Three Central Tech Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) students were awarded the Lisa McClendon Memorial Scholarship established by the Tulsa-based Millennium Home Health Care, Inc.

This year’s recipients are: Anna Casillas of Cleveland, Emily Gonzales of Depew, and Kristen Danley of Drumright.

“The scholarship was created to honor Lisa’s passion for her chosen profession of home health aide by giving this scholarship to someone who might otherwise not be able to afford CNA training but has the same compassionate heart for people,” says Millennium Administrator Dave Randall. “The quality of Central Tech’s Certified Nurse Aide program is why we chose to give the scholarship to their students.”

“Central Tech appreciates Millennium Home Health Care’s generous donation. This scholarship will help our students with their educational needs,” says Ron Dyer, superintendent of Central Tech.

To find out more about Central Tech’s Certified Nurse Aide or Home Health Aide programs, please visit CentralTech.Edu.

(back row, l-r): Central Tech’s HR Coordinator Teena Nishimuta, ACD/District Director Mike Baugus, and Superintendent Ron Dyer;
Millennium Home Health Care’s Administrator Dave Randall and COO Tom Stout; Central Tech ACD Health Instructor Judy Pearce.
(front row, l-r) CNA Student/Scholarship Awardees: Anna Casillas of Cleveland; Emily Gonzales of Depew; and Kristen Danley of Drumright;
Millennium Health Care’s Director of Nursing Kellie Walz and Case Manager/RN Sara Reschick.